Mental health facility releases Jonathan Martin ’08

Sophie Haber

A mental health facility released Jonathan Martin ’08 today, two months after he allegedly shared a threatening Instagram post that prompted the school to close.

Martin received a judge’s permission to leave the facility after a clinical director said he supported his release, according to TMZ. He was sent to the facility for treatment after being charged with four counts of making criminal threats and one count of possessing a loaded firearm in February.

Now, Martin is required to wear a GPS and alcohol monitoring ankle bracelet, as well as attend outpatient treatment, according to TMZ.

Since the school filed a restraining order in March, Martin is also not allowed to be within 150 yards of either campus.